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Lisa Lopuck

At the age of 8, Lisa began formal oil painting instruction in adult classes. By age 14, she was painting western scenes and horses with photo realist precision. As an adult, Lisa turned her talents to graphic design and, in 1991, became one of the first designers focused on the emerging digital revolution, working for the Apple Multimedia Lab in San Francisco and then with George Lucas at Skywalker Ranch.

In 1998 Lisa began painting again, but this time taking up watercolors. Lisa worked tirelessly to understand the watercolor medium, and its intricate mineral interactions that produced incredible textures and eye popping color. Her first series of large-scale, hyper realism tropical florals sold in galleries and to collectors around the world, and earned her a Signature Membership status in the National Watercolor Society. Her second series featured high action scenes of Western performance horses in the heat of the moment--complete with swirling dust and wild eyes.

Most recently, Lisa returns to her digital design roots, with a radical departure in style, exploring "Digital Pop," a series of iconic whimsical scenes with bold color blends and simplified black lines. The Digital Pop series capitalizes on this modern design literacy to tell small, often humorous, stories in each piece.

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